In a team composed only with the best players in the world, it is sometimes not easy to choose who should play more and who should play less.
Some coaches decide before the match, some change from opponent to opponent, some follow their feelings,…
We at Handball Evolution think that a player with whom the team is more efficient that day should play more, and one with whom the team is less efficient that day should play less.
How to determine which pivot should play more if both have scored 2 goals?
If the team had a 44% performance when Ludovic Fabregas played, and 67% when Joussef Ben Ali played, then it is logical that Ben Ali should play more than 12 attacks and Fabregas less than 43, because in 50 attacks it is a difference of 11 goals.
Who should play more, the left back who scored 2 goals or the one who scored 1 goal?
If the team had an effect of 43% when Timothey N’Guessan played and 67% when Ali Zein played, then it is logical that Zein played more than 12 attacks and N’Guessan less than 35, because at 50 attacks that difference from 12 goals.
Even with this division of responsibilities, Barca had an equalizer half a minute before the end.
This is sometimes very difficult to see from the bench but we are sure that coach Carlos Ortega would have reacted differently if he had known this information during the match.
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